©Robert J. Harris. PhD
Why does a new born baby cry? It’s the only language it has to let the outside world know:
“I am hungry, thirsty, wet, too hot or cold, scared, and lonely!”
These seven deadly survival needs will persist throughout the baby’s adult life. A new life of learning begins for the baby as it forms its personal ever-evolving view of Reality – IT’S SELF, as it constantly evolves from personal experience through many nested levels of internal and external change until it dies. What is left “alive” by the baby’s lived-life after death is the net difference between what the baby took out of the universe during its life, and what it gave back to the universe, including, its offspring. Every interaction between any two parts of the universe changes both the Two Parts interacting with each other, and their interactions with the Whole. All “parts” must be temporary (short half-es) for the “Whole” (long half-lives) to continue being temporary as both the Whole and its Parts dance with each other as all three undergo constant change searching for ever higher Total Net Value for the three.
THE UNIVERSE IS CREATIVE, LIKE ALL OF THE EMERGING LIFE FORMS IT SPAWNS, ALL INTERACTING WITH EACH OTHER IN A STATE OF CONSTANT CHANGE AS THEY EXPLORE NEW POSSIBILITIES TO CREATE NEW REALITIES.
Our World View Persective (Paradigm) Shapes our Reality
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